Doing some research on intonation philosophy/practices of orchestral players as as I prepare for a presentation on intonation for instruments playing with tempered instruments. Any and all input or resources welcome. At ISB I heard a lot of talk in presentations about things like "Always play the leading tone a little high" or "intonate your major 3rds this way in a string section", etc. I am interested in compiling a list of such pedagogical mantras regarding standard teaching of orchestral string players. This article represents the kind thinking I am hoping to research, but I would like to hear specific experiential stories from orchestral players if possible. Thanks!